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  1. Hi I've got 2x25 yard long nets for sale, made by Nelson. 6oz, no tangles or holes. Fantastic nets and very well made. Also have approx 20 spun poly purse nets, looking for £100 for the lot. Located in Bristol. 07983439782
  2. The bands on the catty you had off me would be to powerfull for 6mm steel anyway mate, 12mm steel would be to heavy. I'd stick to 9.5mm steel for target practise, then use hexnuts for hunting when you feel you are accurate enough.
  3. Cheers mate, and glad your happy with it!
  4. Selling this catapult, it's oak core with walnut faces, zebrano and black spacer palmswell, it fits lovely in the hand, and slips in the pocket great for when out mooching, comes banded with double hunting bands, £30 posted
  5. Haven't made a flat band catty for a while as I only shoot tubes, so for a change I thought I'd make a little one up, it's oak cored with walnut faces and zebrano with a black spacer Palm swell, finished with 5 Coats of tru-oil, I'll be putting it in the miscellaneous section for sale if anybody is looking for a catty, cheers
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    How much was he eating, and how much is he eating now? Is he down for moult? Is his keel sharp? What's his hunting weight? What's his weight now?If honest with you mate, it's a bit difficult for anybody to answer your question on the Internet without seeing the bird and knowing the birds history, if your worried about his health, then a good vet is your best option.
  7. Good work! Where did you get your G10?
  8. Some people aim with them some instinctive, but you definately need to flick, some people twist the pouch 90 degrees, this causes the ammo to rise above your hand,
  9. They take a bit of getting used to mate, at first you WILL probably smash your knuckles to bits as well as the catty, but they are accurate, lee (BPR) that used to be on here used to hunt with his to great effect,
  10. Used to like going out and collecting it, always the last week of March down here. A real spring treat :-)
  11. That's a joke Scott!! Sorry to hear about that mate!
  12. lol that's what I was thinking, stinky disease ridden ferrels! I wouldn't touch them with a stolen hand!
  13. Measure your draw length by holding a tape measure in hand that you hold your catty then pull tape out to your anchor point, then divide that number by 4, you shouldn't be far off, my draw length is 32" so I cut flats at 8" long , hope this helps
  14. My ever faithful sps with looped 1745's and m.8 hexnuts, a case of if it ain't broke then don't fix it..... Managed a quick 2 hour mooch yesterday after finishing work early, had 2 squirrels, unfortunately didn't have camera with me but here's one that fell to my set-up previously
  15. lol your right, they are easy to make...... Hard to get RIGHT tho ;-)
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